WBS is Sponsoring the National Corporate Ethics and Integrity Summit

by Amanda Nieweler
WhistleBlower Security is proud to be sponsoring The Conference Board of Canada’s National Corporate Ethics and Integrity Summit taking place on April 10th-11th in Toronto.

Dedicated ethics reporting in sport a first of its kind in the US and Canada

by Amanda Nieweler
The first dedicated Sport Integrity Hotline has been established in the US and Canada. And the timing couldn't be more perfect as we count down to the PyeongChang 2018 Olympics and news that Russia has been banned from competing as a result of doping allegations. The Special Investigations Unit (SIU) of the International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS) has partnered with us in the establishment of a confidential Sport Integrity Hotline.

How indestructible is your corporate compliance program?

by Amanda Nieweler
A weak link could spell disaster.

Make Whistleblowing Work!

by Amanda Nieweler
Our last post talked about how whistleblowing can be a pretty scary ride for many. An emotional roller coaster that takes the whistleblower on a twisting ride of jumbled emotions, varying degrees of fear and worry about their future.

How to Manage Your Global Ethics and Compliance

by Amanda Nieweler
With the involvement of global third parties, an ethics and compliance program is a huge asset, not expense The SEC and DOJ are very active at the moment in their enforcement efforts. Corruption is a very important topic for the government. In the US, FCPA enforcement actions are on the rise, so it's important to effectively manage your third party risk and incorporate this into a strong ethics and compliance program. This effort should be seen as an asset, not as a bother or an expense to the business.

Financial Firms Are at Risk for E-Mail Scams Too

by Stephanie Mau
Financial Firms Are Targets of Fraud Too In this age of cyber attacks and online scams, it seems that no one is truly safe from fraud. Not those looking for love, not small businesses – and not even those poor, defenseless major financial firms.